One incumbent and a challenger have been elected to serve on the Lake County Commission.
In unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election, incumbent Lake County Commissioner Kelli Wollmann was the top vote-getter with 2847 votes, or 37-percent, followed by challenger Corey Johnke with 2751 votes, or 36-percent. Incumbent Aaron Johnson received 2121 votes, or 27-percent of the vote in Tuesday’s election. Wollmann and Johnke are elected to serve four-year terms on the Lake County Commission. Results will be made official on Thursday when Lake County Commissioners meet to canvass them.
Voter turnout in Lake County on Tuesday was at 63-percent.
Lake County Auditor Paula Barrick reported that there were 1588 absentee ballots cast in the general election. All but 200 of those were people who voted early in person in the Auditor’s Office.
November 9, 2022